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Old 05-06-2019, 04:17 AM   #15
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Just think of all the rigs that don't even have jacks. I've got a friend with a 15-year-old 30' class C with no jacks or stabilizers, and it's been sitting on the suspension and tires its entire life with no issues.

FWIW, we do level ours at home, but we keep the refrigerator running. If we didn't do that I'd just park it.
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I like to store mine in the most benign state I can. sitting on the tires, no power.

I have hydraulic jacks. I don't like to store them under pressure.
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Old 05-06-2019, 06:55 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by MRUSA14 View Post
It is common for jacks to be the cause of the windshield popping out.
Improper applacation of jacks, maybe, but the jacks level and straighten the chassis, irregardless of the uneven ground its sitting on.

How can sitting level effect the windshield ?
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